Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Google Bans Confederate Flag, Celebrates Communists


Lew, in our new progressive revision of history, the Goolag commands we gotta keep demonizing that old Rebel battle flag of 158 years ago while praising Mexican Marxist avant-garde artists of the Popular Front vanguard of the 1930s and 40s.

Forget that Communist regimes were responsible for the deaths of over 100 million of their own enslaved peoples, while the armies of the Confederate States of America were responsible for exactly how many deaths of their own inhabitants in the War for Southern Independence?  And how many did the Damn Yankee invading armies murder?

Reminds me of this 1939 Communist Party of the United States (CPUSA) Chicago rally featuring the towering icon of the Great Emancipator himself, Abraham Lincoln.

No Confederate flags were permitted to be unfurled in those environs.

Evidently the Commies always knew old Abe and where his ideas and true heartfelt sentiments lay.
This 1939 rally was in the period of the Hitler/Stalin Pact which united the two murderous totalitarian rivals in a satanic alliance to attack Poland and further divide and conquer Europe between them.

But that is inconvenient history which must be shoved down the Orwellian Memory Hole.

And no one should dare compare or see a historic parallel between these actions and Lincoln’s War for Coercive National Unification with his murderous invading armies looting, raping, and pillaging their way across the South, transforming its subdued inhabitants into conquered military provinces.

Forget you ever read or saw that comrades.

WOW! Hold on! Rep. Zeldin Slams Dems On Impeachment: “This Entire Thing Is A Political Charade”

Via The Feral Irishman

Old Saigon Building of the Week: Phương Nam Mansion Sells for 35 Million

After being sold at the astronomical price of US$35 million, it’s beginning to look like one of the city's most exquisite works of colonial architecture has been saved for future generations.
Located on a 2,800-square-meter site at 110-112 Võ Văn Tần in District 3, with entrances on Võ Văn Tần, Bà Huyện Thanh Quan and Nguyễn Thị Diệu Streets, the Phương Nam Mansion is one of the largest colonial residences in the city.

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We lived on the top half in 1969 and 1970

Xuyen and Emily at 141 Tran Quy Cap, Saigon 1970